Made from a hard rubber material and marked "Par-Tee Inc; Cleveland,
Ohio; Pat 2-7-1928", this "Par-Tee" was patented by H. H. Elder on
February 7, 1928.
The Tee Cup, marked "Patent Pend, Fabricord, New Haven, Conn" on the
base and "Tee Cup" on the top of the short extension, is shown in Irwin
Valenta's book and described as made from bakelite.
Nothing could be more fun than to win....a Partee with a Tee cup!
An ad for the ParTee in the April 1928 issue of American Golfer is shown in the images.